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The Christian Examiner.
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Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1862, by
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II. BERNAYS'S CHRONICLE OF SULPICIUS SEVERUS
V. MILMAN'S HISTORY OF LATIN CHRISTIANITY
VI. PASSAGES FROM THE LIFE OF SCHLEIERMACHER
VIL REVIEW OF CURRENT LITERATURE
II. THE WESLEYAN DOCTRINE OF CHRISTIAN PERFECTION
III. CAN WE HAVE AN ART-Gallery?
V. SCHLOSSER AND HIS HISTORIES.
À VI. THE REFORMATION AND ITS RESULTS
VIII. REVIEW OF CURRENT LITERATURE